Kennett Square Restaurants
Booked off of a random search based on distance from Longwood Gardens where we were taking in the holiday lights. Showed up and quickly realized the restaurant basically WAS the lobby of a express hotel. (Convenient, free parking). My group started the personal jabs and attacks about the location, but were quickly blown away by the food taste and quality (would have been 5 stars, but the molten lava cake was actually cold and tasted a little on the state side, did not complain though). Absolute best Cream of Mushroom soup any of us have ever tasted (apparently it was a regional award winner), great burgers, chicken, kids meals, and apps. Iced Tea had a different, but not negative (almost like a metallic breakfast tea verses a traditional iced black tea) taste. Service was good - there are only about 50 seats, all within 30-40 feet of the kitchen. You are in the lobby, which was okay with our group - TV playing Jeopardy and Wheel of Fortune nearby was also okay for the trivia buffs in our group. Ready to return already for some more mushroom soup. Don't "sleep" on this hotel restaurant, the quality is as good as any 4 or 5 star restaurant out there. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Kennett Square is a sprawling neighborhood that features a diverse culinary background. For breakfast, try a local favorite: freshly baked bagels. Made with a special variety of yeast that is only found in the New Jersey suburbs, chefs bake these bagels fresh every morning. The resulting bagels are savory and soft. Spread your bagel with a good amount of schmear like a Kennett Square native and relax with your morning coffee. When you're looking for a classic New Jersey lunch item, try one of Philadelphia's famous cheesesteaks. In the evening, enjoy craft cocktails at a local tavern and burritos and other delicious Mexican food at a medium-sized restaurant on Cypress Street.